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Langelandsfestival

Rue Mark
5900 Rudkøbing (Langeland)
Website: http://www.langelandsfestival.dk/
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

Langelandsfestival is Denmark largest family festival and claims to be the largest garden party.

Beside music and parties for a whole week, there is activities for adults and children, parents and grandparents alike. Some of the best-known bands in Denmark are going to perform this year.

There is a children area with swimming pools, an amusement area with different rides and a lot of other activities for children.

Many options for food and drinks, many restaurants and bars in the camping area.

Where:
On Langeland in southern Zealand, about 1,5 hours drive from Copenhagen.

When:
July 23-30, 2011

Ticket price
:
275 DKK for a day-ticket at the entrance

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.

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Keywords:
festival-july

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